When we talk about things like a to-do list for example. You may have a list of "completed tasks" where "complete" here is an adjective describing the state of the task. Is there a way to speak about the completion as a noun that makes any kind of sense?
For example, I wanted to say that I completed n tasks, but the tasks included things that would not be typical task list material. The only comparables I came up with were "achievements" or "accomplishments" but both seemed a little too over the top for what I was trying to convey and also feel awkward as nouns. For example, "I had 14 accomplishments." doesn't read naturally, but, even if it did, makes the tasks seem far more important or impactful than they were.
So, are there any conversational equivalents for "completion" that make sense as a general noun?